Home Remedies For Female Disorders
The female's body is a complex creation, where there are chances of many disorders. But problems like abortion are self created.
- Those ladies who have this problem must eat vegetable of beetroot during their meals. If this problem is caused by some vitamin and mineral deficiency, such a diet will cure the problem very soon. All the physicians are unanimous in their choice in prescribing beetroot for such ladies.
- Boil 1 cup milk with 1/2 teaspoon pepper powder and to 8 crushed almonds. Tak e at bed time.
Lack of Milk In Mother's Breast
- If the mother takes regular beetroot diet even before delivery she is not likely to have this problem. However if she has not done so, she must start drinking beetroot juice as the first thing in the morning and must eat a lot of fresh bcetroot as salad. In less than a week this problem will end.
Sexual Underdevelopment In Woman
- 6 to 8 almonds, crushed and mixed in 1 cup milk along with 1 egg yolk, 1/2 teaspoon grind sesame seeds and 1 teaspoon honey. Take once or twice a day.
- Mix 3 teaspoon lime juice, 1/4 teaspoon powdered black pepper and 1 teaspoon honey in 1 cup water. Drink for 3 months.
The treatment mentioned below is especially meant for the ladies.
- If the lady during her menses, takes five gms. of grind turmeric and wash it down with water she would not conceive at all. This treatment is very effective for family planning, when the couple decides not to have an issue, the wife must resort to this treatment. Or you can have other safe methods without any adverse side effects.
- Take about three to four medium sized radishes and boil them in water. Add 100 ml. water for each radish and boil it by steam.When water becomes dry, squeeze the radish and add soft leaves of redish to it also. Do not add salt instead a little or sugarcandy. The lady should have it twice a day.
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